Outward Bound Oman and CC Energy Development MOU signing

Outward Bound Oman and CC Energy Development MOU signing

CC Energy Development S.A.L. (Oman Branch) (“CCED”) is dynamic, independent international oil & gas operator that has been working in Oman since 2007. We are a diverse, ethical and responsible organisation that believes people are key to our success and ensures we benefit the communities we work in. Our Corporate Social Responsibility program encompasses our Employees, Contractors, Government and Local Communities and supports projects in and around our operating areas in Oman.

 

In line with this commitment, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between the Outward Bound Oman and CC Energy Development to

Purchase a four-wheel drive minibus. The minibus will transport participants to and from courses on the Jebel AL Akdhar and also to the various training centres around the Sultanate that are difficult to reach without the use of four-wheel drive.

 

This purchase is supported by CCED along with its partners; Mitsui E&P Middle East B.V. (MEMPE), and TETHYS Oil Oman Ltd (3 & 4 Blocks).

 

The Agreement was signed by Mr. Mark Evans, Executive Manager of the Outward Bound Oman, and Mr. Walter Simpson; Managing Director of CC Energy Development.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Furthermore two MOUs were also signed with:

 

– Al-Shayma School For Girls grades (11-12) in Wilayat Adam to equip a multi-purpose hall that provides a purpose built space for students to perform educational and technical projects.

 

– Sheikha Nadhira Al-Riyamia School for Girls grades (11-12) in Wilayat  Manah to support the installation of sun shades in the school.

 

 

 

Commenting on this agreement, Mr. Walter said: “We are committed to supporting the communities within which we operate and we are very pleased to be able to support the Outward Bound Oman centre in providing their excellent youth training programs through the purchase of this vehicle

We are also pleased to support educational institutions across the Sultanate”.